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Class Level: Advanced
Age Requirements: 21 and older
Average Class Size: 25

What you'll learn in this executive education course:

Participant Profile
The Advanced Management Program is designed for senior- and upper-level executives with a minimum of 15 years of managerial experience, responsibility, and professional success who seek an even greater level of achievement through the exploration of new ideas, perspectives, theories, and realities. Executives who come to the program have a wealth of knowledge and successes that make up their professional experience. They also have a curiosity about themselves, are willing to view their strongest convictions with humility, and believe in continuous learning and progress to discover what else they can do for their organization and who else they can become in the future.

Admissions Qualifications:

Successful candidates should have managerial experience and responsibilities matching a program’s “Who Should Attend” or “Participant Profile” description. All registrations are subject to approval by Columbia Business School.

Overview
During this program, executives develop into leaders who can create a vision, communicate it, and motivate others – and ultimately design organizations so that information and responsibility are allocated to those who can make a difference. Executives emerge from the Advanced Management Program stronger and more focused leaders, ready to better communicate their strategy and execute change for their organizations.

Senior executives must solve complex problems, create opportunity, and make a powerful impact consistently – especially in unpredictable conditions. The Advanced Management Program at Columbia Business School helps executives respond to evolving leadership challenges and create a vision to lead their companies to success.

This transformational program designed specifically for global senior-level executives weaves together more than 50 lectures led by Columbia Business School faculty, industry experts, and influencers with experiential learning sessions, personal assessments, and individual and group coaching.

The program’s four-week curriculum — offered in four consecutive weeks or in two 2-week modules — is highly integrated and designed to maximize linkages across three key themes:

Leading Authentically: Become the leader you want to be.
  • Examine, reflect on, and strengthen the building blocks of your personal leadership abilities.
  • Identify and analyze your leadership strengths and weaknesses, targeting areas to develop or change through Columbia’s proprietary 360-degree leadership survey.
  • Develop your Leadership Credo by identifying and honing your personal beliefs about leadership, guided by Columbia Business School executive coaches.
  • Cement your growth mindset, the belief that talents can be developed through hard work, good strategies, and input from others, resulting in a more empowered and committed self and better support for collaboration and innovation within your organization.
Thinking Strategically: Lead your organization to success.
  • Hone your strategic thinking to successfully manage the different business challenges among your business units and drive results.
  • Understand how innovation happens by developing a proven framework that enables you to effectively use strategic tools and methods.
  • Create and maintain your winning proposition by examining the actions and ideas that will enhance your business’s competitive advantage at every level in your organization.
  • Address your Living Case, a unique opportunity to present and work through an organizational challenge you are currently facing, obtaining new perspectives from world-renowned faculty and your global peer set.
Executing Dynamically: Make a lasting impact.
  • Learn mission-critical coaching and persuasion techniques to achieve buy-in to support your goals.
  • Acquire new methods to harness the power of aligned teams to get the results and outcomes needed to drive success.
  • Create a conceptual model for change implementation to execute organizational initiatives.
  • Examine the key challenges of implementing strategic visions, and identify best practices for successful execution.
Executives emerge from the Advanced Management Program stronger and more focused leaders, ready to better communicate their strategy and execute change for their organizations.

Impact
The Advanced Management Program equips executives to face the rapidly changing environment of today's economy with cutting-edge tools, frameworks, and insights from Columbia Business School faculty, practitioners, and coaches. During each session throughout the four weeks, participants address issues pertinent to current conditions while providing a long-term perspective essential to developing your effective leadership abilities and style to drive your organization’s success.

Our focus is the same as yours — return on investment. You can expect the following:

Individual ROI
  • Return to your organization with an action plan for your Living Case, a business challenge you are currently facing that you work on throughout the program.
  • Strengthen your critical role in your organization by learning how to lead authentically, examine your leadership talents, and address areas for development.
  • Deliver critical leadership messages that are consistent in demanding and unpredictable situations with the help of our strategic decision-making sessions.
  • Execute dynamically by learning how to align the levers of the organization to coach and persuade for support around your goals.
  • Become more effective at negotiations by learning how to determine the optimal persuasive style for your target audience. Develop a higher self-awareness of your default persuasive style.
  • Overcome adversity and complexity by developing your own tools for harnessing the intrepidity you need to be agile and adapt to uncertainty.
Organizational ROI
  • Get empowered to solve organizational problems immediately by setting learning directly into practice upon return to your organization.
  • Apply bulletproof methods to build culture and develop high-performing teams in pursuit of company goals and objectives.
  • Drive company performance while effectively managing internal and external stakeholders.
  • Develop your strategic thinking to move your company strategy forward, allowing you to focus resources and efforts on responding to complexity and change.
  • Bring innovation to the organization by developing a growth mindset that enables you to use tools and methods in a proven framework for increased competitive advantage.
  • Formulate and address organizational questions by converting data into insights and action and learn how to use proven frameworks that enhance decision-making in times of uncertainty.
Format and Location
The four-week Advanced Management Program is available in two formats — a consecutive four-week option and a 2x2 option consisting of two, 2-week modules. In both formats, accommodations are provided and included in the program tuition.

Uniquely designed to take place in two distinct locations in the greater New York area, the program brings together executives from around the world and across sectors and industries to learn in an immersive and productive environment.

The first half of the program takes place at a full-service conference center on the outskirts of New York City where executives, faculty, and program managers reside throughout the first two weeks of the program for a fully immersive learning experience that only this retreat-like setting can provide.

For the second half of the program, participants stay in a five-star hotel in Manhattan. The program sessions for part two take place on the Columbia University campus and throughout Manhattan, immersing participants in the business capital of the world. The city becomes an integral part of the learning experience as we take you to inventive, inspiring, and informative locations throughout New York in a variety of program sessions.

Sessions
The Advanced Management Program offers diverse and carefully curated sessions* to help participants create more organizational and professional value. Many of these sessions take advantage of our unique location, New York City, as a laboratory to study innovation, improvisation, and robust organizations. From Columbia University, we bring the finest, relevant, cutting-edge research so participants can engage promising ideas on improving performance before they become widely diffused. Below is just a sampling of what you will experience.

Delivering the Right Message with Impact
Great leaders have presence. Working with Columbia’s voice coach, Andrea Haring, who has taught great actors like Al Pacino, participants have the chance develop their own presence by diagnosing and practicing effective communication. Communication also goes beyond the literal message. The program includes a session on how to leverage symbolic communication, a great tool for leading an organization’s culture. For this, we engage with curators from some of New York’s world-renowned art museums, who use their collections as examples of how a message can be shaped with symbols. The class then applies the lessons to their own organizations.

Alignment: Getting Everyone to Pull Together
Even the best strategy will fail if an organization isn’t capable of executing it. We bring the latest ideas, from both expected and unexpected sources, on building an effective organization. For example, we bring research evidence from Columbia’s Global Leadership Matrix project on how networks can be used to create flexible and responsive organizations. Participants then use that information to analyze their own relational capabilities, and those of their organizations.

We also look to sports and music for ideas on how to organize in the field. Olympic rowers take participants on the water to illustrate how to create cohesion. There, the class can truly feel the impact of alignment. In the same spirit, we sit in with a symphony orchestra, as the conductor demonstrates different leadership styles and the players explain where they look for direction and what they do when they can’t find it.

Organizing to Innovate
While it’s important for an organization to execute a strategy, there also must be space to be inventive. In the classroom, we meet with thought leaders, such as Rita McGrath and Bill Duggan, to discuss strategic innovation. We also examine innovation up close, allowing participants to practice the leadership and interaction patterns that encourage new ideas.

Innovation requires risk-taking, and sometimes failures occur. Jazz musicians know this as well as anyone, since they innovate constantly. We bring in world-renowned musicians so participants can see (and hear) what success in this realm really means.

We then take these lessons to a session that employs improvisational actors as coaches. The actors show participants how to listen to and encourage others to express ideas, and how to combine these ideas into a successful product.

Leadership: From One into Many
At Columbia, we see leadership as helping others to do better. To do that, though, one also has to lead oneself. So to help participants impact their organizations, we also help them impact themselves. Sheena Iyengar, author of The Art of Choosing, and Hitendra Wadhwa, director of the Institute for Personal Leadership, help us weave this theme into classroom sessions.

This work also extends outside the class, with one-on-one coaching, both on leadership practices and on the values that guide one’s choices (Almeida in the Financial Times). We introduce a process of daily reflection, which helps participants absorb and prioritize what they’ve learned and allows them to better manage their time, priorities, and focus back at work. And participants work with some of the city’s best young actors on drawing from one’s own life story to connect with others.

Executive Performance as a Function of Well-Being
To lead requires focus and energy, so one’s health and well-being is essential. Executive Well-Being is a comprehensive model that teaches you how to manage your energy at the program and to develop long-term positive health practices through daily sessions. The connection between the physical self and successful leadership is made in other parts of the program as well.

The Leader Isn’t Alone: Spouse/Partner Program
Successful people rely on support and advice from those they trust. The Advanced Management Program provides an option for you to invite your spouse/partner or a guest to join specific parts of the program. Guests attend some sessions with you, and they also engage in separate programming to help them understand what you’ve learned and what you will be tackling after the program.

Other Important Details: 

The 2x2 Option

The first two weeks of the Advanced Management Program 2x2 take place in the spring, concurrent with the consecutive four week program. Executives return to work after two weeks, and then continue the program during the second two weeks in the fall.

Between the two sessions, executive participants start implementing their learning, receive coaching on their progress, and continue to develop designated personal and business projects. Via a virtual component, the class connection and community is maintained, and executives are able to share learnings, reflections, and progress.

The 2x2 option allows participants to receive immediate feedback from colleagues, managers, and direct reports while back at work in between program sessions which they will leverage to further their progress with their program cohort, personal coaches, and faculty members upon return.

At the end of the program, executive participants emerge stronger and more focused leaders, better able to develop and communicate their strategy and execute change.

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Notification of withdrawal must be sent in writing to CourseHorse. Full refunds can be obtained up to 30 days before the program start date. Due to the costs incurred for program preparation and administration, any cancellations or requests for transfers or deferrals received 30 days or less from the program start are subject to penalty fees as described below. 
  • More than 30 days notice: 0% Cancellation – Transfer Penalty
  • 14 to 30 days notice: 30% Cancellation – Transfer Penalty
  • Less than 14 days notice: 50% Cancellation – Transfer Penalty
Columbia Executive Education, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to limit enrollments regardless of acceptance status. Individuals who have paid tuition but who are deemed ineligible to participate due to such enrollment limitations will receive a refund.

Substitutions:
Requests must be submitted in advance to Columbia Business School Executive Education and will be reviewed on an individual basis, based on participant qualifications and lead time needed for any program pre-work.

Transfers: Transfer requests must be submitted to Columbia Business School Executive Education and must indicate the new dates and/or new program the participant wishes to attend. Transfers are valid only within one year of the original program start date.

Refunds: Any remaining balance of a cancelled program's payment can be applied to another Columbia Business School Executive Education program within one year of the program date. After one year, the balance is nonrefundable.

Full tuition is nonrefundable under these conditions:
  • The registrant or substitute does not enroll in another program within one year of the original start date, and/or
  • The registrant or substitute defers or transfers more than two times.

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8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts 27 $52,450
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Mon, Oct 15 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
Tue, Oct 16 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
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Sat, Oct 20 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
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Tue, Oct 23 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
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Fri, Oct 26 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
Sat, Oct 27 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
Sun, Oct 28 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
Mon, Oct 29 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
Tue, Oct 30 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
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8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts 14 $56,550
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Mon, Oct 15 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
Tue, Oct 16 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
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Tue, Oct 23 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
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Thu, Oct 25 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
Fri, Oct 26 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
Sat, Oct 27 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts 14 $56,550
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Mon, Apr 29 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
Tue, Apr 30 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
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8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts 13 $56,550
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Mon, Jul 08 8:30am - 5:30pm Paul Ingram, Bruce Craven with more than 50 CBS Faculty & Industry Experts
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